Superb neoclassical building of the late eighteenth century built by the Dukes of Osuna. It consists of three large ships covered marble imported from Italy. It is built on the site of an old Arab mosque and replaces an original Gothic church, whose remains are kept in the baptismal chapel. Outside it has two facades to the Church Square, the main features twin towers and the headwall closing of the nave, in addition to the main entrance and two small doors to the towers. The front side also has another door to the temple.